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EUR official Andrea Santoro says deated streets will help ensure prostitutes aren't put there by traffickers. City officials in the EUR Esposizione Universale Roma neighborhood, filled with ministries, office high-rises and residential buildings, want to deate certain streets for prostitutes, starting experimentally in April.
Related Topics. The Pope sat down with the women, including seven Nigerians, six Romanians and four Albanians, and listened to their stories of forced prostitution, the Vatican said. Prostitution is legal escorts rome Italy, and its practitioners are a common sight along several streets in Rome and many other Italian cities. The city would provide psychological support and health care to prostitutes on the deated streets.
Paolo Lampariello, from escortss such group, said there are so many prostitutes on EUR's streets that "women can't enter their homes without being mistaken for prostitutes. Many women leave homes in Africa and Eastern Europe for Italy after promises of work like waitressing, but instead are forced into prostitution by trafficking rackets.
Mayor Ignazio Marino told state TV RAINews24 Sunday the aim is to "find a balance" by pinpointing places, such as parks frequented by children and families, where prostitution won't be allowed, and by deating some streets where it will. Promising women jobs, traffickers bring them to Italy and other western European countries but then force them into prostitution.
The other three in the group came from Italy, Tunisia and the Ukraine. Some neighborhood groups like the proposal.
Exploitation of prostitution is illegal, as is paying minors for sex. The unannounced visit to the prostitutes came under what the Vatican terms the Pope's "Fridays of Mercy", focusing on communities that have experienced suffering.